Mamata Banerjee took a dig, said- BJP is trembling in fear of opposition’s alliance named ‘India’
After the meeting of opposition parties in Bengaluru, political activities have intensified across the country. The united opposition party for the Lok Sabha elections 2024 has announced its name with the name of India.
A day after this, the Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee launched a scathing attack on the BJP and said that the BJP is scared of the opposition’s ‘India’ alliance. Along with this, Mamata Banerjee also responded to the statement of the BJP leader, which said that the TMC government in West Bengal would fall in five months.
Reversing this statement of the BJP leader, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that the BJP should invert a glass before making such an attempt with the TMC government.
Mamata launched a blistering attack 24 hours after a meeting of opposition parties in Bengaluru, claiming the party was gripped by fear as her government’s strength had weakened. The BJP is trembling with fear after the 26 non-BJP parties conference in Bengaluru announced the formation of an alliance called ‘India’.
Attacking the BJP, Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo in Kolkata alleged that BJP’s only job is to create unrest, violence and divide people on the basis of religion. He reiterated his old saying that people will take revenge by voting against them (BJP). India will face the battle.
Let us tell you that BJP MP Shantanu Thakur had said that the TMC government will not last more than five months. In response to which Mamta Banerjee said that BJP should first put a glass on the table and after that try to topple our government. Mamta said that the central government will fall very soon. The BJP camp is trembling with fear since yesterday when India was formed.